"There are no
ordinary people..."
C. S. Lewis

Pat Rowe

Born: 
Wednesday, March 29, 1944
Died: 
Tuesday, September 3, 2019
Birthplace: 
Colfax, WA
Service Information: 
A celebration of life will be held Friday November 1st at 4:30pm at the Squalicum Boathouse at Zuanich Point Park,  2600 Harbor Loop.

Bring your stories. Everyone’s encouraged to share and we’ll follow with pizza and red bull as a way to truly honor Pat.  

In lieu of flowers, Pat has requested donations be made to Whatcom Hospice and Dementia Support Northwest.  There will be a collection box for convenience at the event.

Whatcom Hospice
3001 Squalicum Pkwy., #11
Bellingham, WA 98225
www.whatcomhospice.org

Dementia Support Northwest
1301 Frasier St. Suite A-1
Bellingham, WA 98225

Guestbook Entries

Submitted by Peggy & Kenny Holmes on

So sorry to hear of your father’s passing.  We used to party hardy with Pat in ELLENSBURG.  One such party, we were all playing badminton (probably in O’Gorman’s yard) and your mom said, “my husband is the only one who gets grass stains on his ass instead of his knees!”  Pat was a lot of fun to hang with! Lots of fun memories!

Submitted by Kathy & Joey Nelson on

Pat was one of a kind...he brought something extra to our family.  He's walking around enjoying himself free of any pain, and will be flying with his Angels watching his grandbabies.  Rest in Paradise Pat.  It was really fun knowing you!

Submitted by Gene Knutson on

p>So sorry to hear about Pat,s passing. What a great man, he also was a great city councilman loved serving with him. He was a honest straight shooter and always wanted the best for Bellingham’s. “Sleep My Brother May Peace Be With You”

 

 

 

Submitted by Bonnie Jo Sprague on

In years gone by I was thankful for the fire in his heart and the light in his eyes. 

Submitted by Jim Ruble on

Pat was a great friend. I will miss his wonderful sense of humor and concern for others. While his passing is a huge loss, I will always treasure each moment we shared. The memories he created will be his life-long gift to those of us who had the pleasure of his company. Thank you, my friend.  

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